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Bernard Hughes

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Bernard Hughes is a composer and writer, based in London.

Articles By Bernard Hughes

Philharmonia, Rouvali, RFH review – wide range of American voices

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Cooper, Aurora Orchestra, Kings Place review - a heartwarming delight

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The Divine Comedy: Live from the Barbican review – thirty years of great songs

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Gillam, Miloš, Wigmore Hall review – charismatic performers, charming playing

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BBC Proms live online: Grosvenor, Evans, Philharmonia, Järvi review – energy and sparkle

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BBC Proms live online: London Sinfonietta, Paterson review – varied perspectives on city life

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BBC Proms live online: Uchida, LSO, Rattle review – eclectic concert makes good TV

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The Opera Story: Episodes review - whimsical takes on lockdown life

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Radio 3 In Concert, BBC Sounds - a wonderful week of music

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Berlin Philharmoniker, Karajan, Digital Concert Hall review - a captivating musical time capsule

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Michael Collins, Michael McHale, London Winds, Wigmore Hall review - flying the flag for wind chamber music

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Elysian Singers, SPCMH, Sam Laughton, St Luke’s, Chelsea review - John Cage and friends given a rare airing

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Young people's guides to the orchestra: the making of 'Not Now, Bernard & Other Stories'

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Oriole Ensemble, Conway Hall review - sublimely peculiar chamber music

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Choirs of St Catharine's College, Cambridge, Wickham, Kings Place review - fresh take on 'lessons and carols'

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Shaw, Attacca Quartet, Kings Place review - composer portrait shows strengths and limitations

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Mogul Mowgli review - displacement and generational trauma

When Mogul Mowgli was first announced, it was fair to expect something of a realist biopic. After all, you had documentary director...

The Sister, ITV review - half-baked dramatisation of esteeme...

Neil Cross’s novel Burial was hailed for its skilful plotting and insightful characterisations, as well as its macabre atmosphere....

Shirley review - hothouse art film about American horror wri...

Shirley is one of those films that the mood you’re in when you watch it will dictate whether you think it’s a great...

theartsdesk on Vinyl 60: Acid Pauli, Mercury Rev, Cabbage, K...

Due to COVID-related nonsense too tedious to relate, this month’s theartsdesk on...

Pavel Kolesnikov, Wigmore Hall review - the stuff of dreams

To plan a programme around The Tempest, its symbolism and the idea of evanescence, the fragility of the human condition, is one...

Gigantic Cinema: A Weather Anthology review - wild writing t...

Among the French composer Claude Debussy’s greatest and characteristically subtle innovations was to put the titles at the end of his pieces. He...

Philharmonia, Rouvali, RFH review – wide range of American v...

There’s an old rule in the theatre that you don’t have to go on if there are more people on stage than in the audience. Last night I counted less...

The Undoing, Sky Atlantic review - trouble in paradise for g...

Plenty of pedigree wattage has been packed into this slickly addictive new HBO drama (showing on...